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Singapore Puts Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande On 'Offensive Playlist'

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Singapore Puts Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande On 'Offensive Playlist'

Singapore Puts Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande On 'Offensive Playlist'

According to Reuters, American pop stars Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande are on an “offensive lyrics” list presented to members of parliament in socially-conservative Singapore.

It&apos;s part of a statement by the city-state’s home minister on hate speech.

The list cited Lady’s Gaga’s ‘Judas’ and Ariana Grande’s ‘God is a woman’, alongside songs ‘Heresy’ by Nine Inch Nails and ‘Take me to Church’ by Hozier.

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